Apartments for Rent in Round Rock, TX

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How much is the average rent in Round Rock, TX?

The average rent in Round Rock, TX is at $1,547. There are 54 apartments for rent in Round Rock, TX to choose from, with prices between $810 and $7,610 per month.

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Renter’s City Guide to Round Rock, TX
Introducing Round Rock Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

Located within the Austin metropolitan area, Round Rock is a mid-sized city with a small-town atmosphere. Particularly popular with families, the city is home to several great schools and has received a plethora of accolades throughout the years. Movoto named it the #8 “Most Caring Suburb in the U.S.,” while NerdWallet ranked it the #3 “Most Affordable Place in America.” Close proximity to Austin also makes it an attractive choice for young professionals and families alike.

How big is Round Rock?

With a population of around 115,000 and a total area of 38 square miles, Round Rock is around one-tenth the size of Austin.

What cities are close to Round Rock?

Round Rock is around 20 miles north of Austin, which can be reached in as little as 20 minutes when traffic is good. The city is bordered by Pflugerville to the south and Georgetown to the north.

What is the weather like in Round Rock?

Round Rock has a humid, subtropical climate characterized by hot summers and mild winters. Highs can often reach 106°F in July and August, with average high temperatures throughout the year hovering around the low 80s to mid-90s. Round Rock also experiences around 38 inches of rain throughout the year, with May and June typically the wettest months.

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What are the pros of living in Round Rock?

Round Rock enjoys a lower cost of living than the national average, making the city attractive for both families and young professionals. As a result, there’s a varied real estate market that offers something for everyone. The city is also home to good schools and enjoys low crime rates. Location is another advantage, with downtown Austin just a stone’s throw away.

What are the cons of living in Round Rock?

The city’s infrastructure has struggled to keep up with rapid growth in the last decade or so, which can lead to long delays and congestion during rush hour.

Round Rock Demographic Highlights
Total Population 128,812
Female
Male
65,325
63,487
Median Age 35.4
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How much is public transportation in Round Rock?

Public transportation in Red Rock is provided by Capital Metro, which offers a number of services throughout the local area. A one-way fare costs $1.25, a day pass $2.50, a weekly pass $11.25 and a monthly pass $41.25.

How much does a meal cost in Round Rock?

On average, expect to pay around $60 for a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant. A regular coffee should be about $4.50. 

How much are utilities in Round Rock?

Monthly utilities in Round Rock typically average around $115 for a 915-square-foot apartment. This includes electricity, water, heating, cooling and garbage disposal. For an internet connection, add around $70 per month.

Round Rock Rent Statistics
Apartment Rent Ranges
$501 - $7000%
$701 - $1,0002.48%
$1,001 - $1,50049.96%
$1,501 - $2,00039.53%
> $20008.04%
Average Rent Trends
What is the average rent in Round Rock?

The average rent for an apartment in Round Rock is $1,547 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Round Rock?

The average apartment size in Round Rock is 913 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Round Rock?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Round Rock ranges between $810 and $3,787 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Round Rock?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Round Rock ranges between $1,024 and $4,979 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Round Rock?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Round Rock ranges between $1,157 and $5,103 per month.

Round Rock Housing Statistics
Occupied Housing Units 41,896
Owner occupied 58.58%
Renter occupied 41.42%
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What are the major industries in Round Rock?

Manufacturing is the most common industry in Round Rock, employing around 12% of the workforce. Retail trade comes in second with 11.2%, followed by healthcare and social assistance at 10.2%.

What are the top employers in Round Rock?

Named among the top 10 fastest-growing economies in the U.S. by WalletHub, Round Rock is home to a number of major corporations, including Dell, which has its corporate headquarters in the city. Top employers include IKEA, Sears, Round Rock Premium Outlets and Cintas.

Round Rock Employment Statistics
White Collar 58,866
Blue Collar 11,761
White Collar 83.35%
Blue Collar 16.65%
Self Employment 5,893
Private Companies 49,778
Governmental Workers 9,827
Not for Profit Companies 5,129
Self Employment 8.34%
Private Companies 70.48%
Governmental Workers 13.91%
Not for Profit Companies 7.26%
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Does Round Rock have good schools?

The Round Rock Independent School District (RRISD) provides a number of top-rated schools within Round Rock. RRISD boasts above-average state and national scores for both SATs and ACTs, with 25 of its schools ranked as “exemplary” — higher than any other suburban school district in Texas. Among the top-rated schools are Westwood High School, Canyon Vista Middle School and Live Oak Elementary.

What are the top colleges in Round Rock?

Texas State University has a campus in Round Rock offering a number of degree programs and certifications. There’s also Texas A&M Health Science Center and a campus of Austin Community College.

Round Rock Education Statistics
No High School3.39%
Some High School26.2%
Some College24.38%
Associate Degree7.91%
Bachelor Degree26.45%
Graduate Degree11.66%
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What is there to do in Round Rock for families?

Rock’n River Family Aquatic Center is one of the top choices for a family afternoon out and is ideal for warm summer days. Round Rock Public Library also offers something for everyone, with movies, music events and reading programs for kids. For an affordable day out, head to one of the many parks within the city.

Are there parks in Round Rock?

With 34 parks stretching across more than 1,700 acres, Round Rock offers a plethora of things to do outside. You’ll find sports facilities; walking and cycling trails; picnic areas; playgrounds; and much more in many of the city’s parks. Old Settlers Park is one of the most popular choices, while dog walkers will enjoy Dog Depot Dog Park. Play for All Abilities Park offers a play therapy and learning park that encourages everyone to enjoy the great outdoors.

What sports teams play in Round Rock?

Round Rock Express is a local team and a minor league affiliate of the Texas Rangers. They play at Dell Diamond from March through September.

What are the main annual events in Round Rock?

Round Rock hosts a number of exciting events throughout the year. Some of the highlights include the Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt; the Juneteenth Rhythm and Ribs Festival; the July Fourth Frontier Days Celebration and Parade; and the Fall Fun Festival.

What cultural things to do are there in Round Rock?

Live music can be enjoyed at a number of venues large and small within Red Rock, including Hanovers and Maverick’s Dance Hall. Meanwhile, Sam Bass Community Theater is the best place to catch a show, musical or performing arts exhibitions.

Where to go shopping in Round Rock?

Round Rock Outlets is the top shopping destination in the city, offering a premium mall filled with a plethora of stores, boutiques, restaurants, cafes and much more. The city also boasts IKEA for home and decor shopping.

Round Rock Household Statistics
Total Number of Households 41,896
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$86,121
Average Household Income$107,314
Family
Non-family
29,962
11,934
Children
No Children
17,241
24,655

What are the renters’ rights in Round Rock?

Renters’ rights in Round Rock are protected by Texas state law, though there are some aspects to be aware of. With no cap on the amount landlords are able to charge for security deposit, they can effectively charge any price, so it’s wise to do your research. However, security deposits must be returned within 30 days of the tenant moving out. Tenants also have the right to safe and habitable living conditions, and landlords are obligated to take care of essential repairs. Failure to do so allows the tenant to withhold rent until the issue is fixed. When applying to a potential rental unit, be advised that landlords are obligated to disclose their criteria for new applicants in order to prevent potential tenants from needlessly applying and losing their application fee.

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